The Emotional Intelligent Nurse Group – a coaching collective for future and experienced clinical Nurse leaders ready to change the culture of nursing.

Being An Emotional Intelligent Nurse Is…

The art of managing yourself so you can manage others.
It’s the ability to:

Have deep self-awareness and understanding of your thoughts, feelings and how they influence your behavior. 

Manage those thoughts and feelings to protect your peace and enforce your boundaries.

Knowing how to be the calm in the midst of panic

Understanding the key to being a successful adult

This is for…

  • Future and current Clinical Nurse Leaders (Managers, Preceptors, Educators, Instructors, Charge Nurses, etc), ready to grow in mindset, critical thinking, leadership through the lens of emotional intelligence  

  • The Nurse who wants to integrate Human Design and Gene Keys into their personal and professional development  

  • The Nurse ready to change their current work culture to change what supportive leadership looks like in Nursing

Your membership Includes:

  • Emotional intelligent strategies to increase your clinical leadership role
  • Bi-monthly live group coaching calls
  • Access to monthly continuing ed education series and 1.0 contact hours
  • Recommended readings & book discussion
  • Connection with other like-minded professional nurse troublemakers
  • Integration of clinical leadership using Human Design and gene keys
  • Identifying your leadership style, and how to use it to serve efficiently and effectively
  • Q&A with Tiffany via private platform
  • Access to all continuing education library

2022 Topic & Themes

  • January – Leadership Style
  • February – Being a Problem Solver
  • March – What is a Change Agent in Nursing
  • April – Cycles of Change
  • May – Creativity = Innovation
  • June – Leadership in Education
  • July – Collaboration & Partnerships
  • August – Using Stats as Facts
  • September – Professional Troublemaking
  • October – Feedback & Communication
  • November – Leadership in Crisis
  • December – Year End Review
The Importance of Emotional Intelligence in Nursing

Improving Patient Care and Collaboration: The Importance of Emotional Intelligence in Nursing

Emotional intelligence (EI) is a set of abilities that allow individuals to recognize and manage their own emotions, as well as the emotions of others. In nursing, EI is an essential skill for providing effective care to patients and working collaboratively with other healthcare professionals. Here are some key ways that emotional intelligence can be applied in the nursing profession:

  1. Building rapport with patients: Nurses with high EI can effectively communicate with patients and establish a trusting relationship. They can empathize with patients’ concerns and emotions, which can help patients feel more comfortable and open up about their health issues.
  2. Resolving conflicts with colleagues: Conflicts can arise between nurses, doctors, and other healthcare professionals, which can negatively impact patient care. Nurses with high EI can manage their own emotions in these situations and use their communication skills to resolve conflicts effectively.
  3. Coping with stress and burnout: Nursing can be a high-stress job, and nurses with high EI can manage their emotions and prevent burnout. They can recognize the signs of stress and take steps to manage it effectively, such as practicing self-care and seeking support from colleagues.
  4. Providing compassionate care: Nurses with high EI can provide compassionate care to patients, which can improve patient outcomes and satisfaction. They can recognize the emotional needs of patients and respond with empathy and compassion.

Overall, emotional intelligence is an essential skill for nurses to provide high-quality patient care and work effectively with colleagues. By developing emotional intelligence, nurses can improve their communication skills, build trust with patients, and provide compassionate care.

 

 

 

How Emotional Intelligence Can Enhance Nursing Leadership and Improve Patient Outcomes

Emotional intelligence is a crucial skill for nurse leaders. Leaders with high emotional intelligence can effectively manage their own emotions and those of their team members, resulting in better patient care, improved team performance, and higher job satisfaction. Here are some ways emotional intelligence can be applied in nursing leadership:

1. Effective communication – Effective communication is a critical component of nursing leadership. Nurse leaders with high emotional intelligence can communicate effectively with their team members, patients, and other healthcare professionals. They can tailor their communication style to the needs of different individuals and situations, resulting in better collaboration and patient outcomes.
2. Building trust –  Trust is essential for effective leadership. Nurse leaders with high emotional intelligence can establish trust with their team members by being transparent, honest, and empathetic. They can create an environment of openness and respect, which leads to better teamwork and improved patient care.
3. Managing conflicts – Conflict can arise in any workplace, and nurse leaders with high emotional intelligence can manage conflicts effectively. They can remain calm, empathetic, and objective, and they can help team members resolve conflicts in a way that promotes teamwork and improves patient care.
4. Inspiring and motivating team members  – Inspiring and motivating team members is an essential part of nursing leadership. Nurse leaders with high emotional intelligence can recognize the strengths of their team members, provide feedback, and empower them to make decisions. This can result in higher job satisfaction, increased engagement, and better patient outcomes.

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Role of Emotional Intelligence

The Role of Emotional Intelligence in Nursing Practice: Enhancing Patient-Centered Care and Teamwork

 – motional intelligence is critical in nursing practice. It enables nurses to recognize and manage their emotions and those of others, leading to better patient care and improved job satisfaction. Here are some ways emotional intelligence can be applied in nursing practice:

1. Building rapport with patients – Building rapport with patients is essential for providing effective care. Nurses with high emotional intelligence can empathize with patients, understand their needs and concerns, and respond appropriately. They can communicate with patients in a way that makes them feel comfortable and respected,
2. Handling difficult situations – Nursing practice involves handling difficult situations, such as patient emergencies, ethical dilemmas, and conflicts with colleagues. Nurses with high emotional intelligence can handle these situations effectively by remaining calm, objective, and empathetic. They can use their emotional intelligence to understand the needs and perspectives of others, communicate effectively, and make decisions that promote the best interests of the patient.

3. Providing patient-centered care – Patient-centered care is an essential component of nursing practice. Nurses with high emotional intelligence can provide patient-centered care by focusing on the patient’s needs, preferences, and values. They can use their emotional intelligence to build rapport with patients, understand their emotional and social needs, and provide care that is tailored to their individual circumstances.

4. Improving teamwork – Effective teamwork is essential for providing high-quality patient care. Nurses with high emotional intelligence can improve teamwork by communicating effectively, listening actively, and collaborating with colleagues. They can use their emotional intelligence to understand the strengths and weaknesses of their colleagues, provide feedback, and work together to achieve common goals. 

    The Importance of Emotional Intelligence and Leadership in Nursing

     Emotional intelligence and leadership go hand in hand in nursing. Nurse leaders with high emotional intelligence can inspire and motivate their team members, promote collaboration, and improve patient outcomes. Here are some ways emotional intelligence and leadership can be combined in nursing:

    1. Leading by example – Nurse leaders with high emotional intelligence can lead by example. They can model positive behaviors, such as effective communication, collaboration, and empathy, and they can create an environment of trust and respect. By leading by example, they can inspire their team members to follow their lead and promote a culture of emotional intelligence in the workplace.
    2. Creating a supportive environment –  Nurse leaders with high emotional intelligence can create a supportive environment for their team members. They can provide opportunities for professional development, recognize and reward good performance, and offer emotional support when needed. By creating a supportive environment, they can promote job satisfaction and reduce turnover.
    3. Fostering collaboration  – Collaboration is essential for providing high-quality patient care. Nurse leaders with high emotional intelligence can foster collaboration by encouraging open communication, active listening, and teamwork. They can create opportunities for collaboration, such as team meetings and interdisciplinary rounds, and they can use their emotional intelligence to manage conflicts and promote effective collaboration.
    4. Empowering team members Empowering team members is an essential part of nursing leadership. Nurse leaders with high emotional intelligence can empower their team members by delegating responsibilities, providing feedback, and encouraging autonomy. By empowering their team members, they can promote job satisfaction, improve performance, and enhance patient outcomes.

    In conclusion, emotional intelligence is a critical skill for nurses, nurse leaders, and nursing practice. By recognizing and managing emotions effectively, nurses can provide high-quality patient care, improve teamwork, and promote job satisfaction. Nurse leaders with high emotional intelligence can inspire and motivate their team members, promote collaboration, and improve patient outcomes.

    Emotional Intelligence and Leadership in Nursing